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Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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y. Isaac Greenleaf. William Gridley. John Hagar. Richard Hales. Edward Harrington. Benjamin Hastings. Edward Hastings. John Hastings. Richard Hay. John Hey wood. Samuel Hey wood.. John Hill. Samuel Hill. Thomas Hill. John Hoi brook. Joseph Hold en. Reuben Hooker. Thomas Hoppin. Edward Horton. Josiah Horton. Caleb Hovey. Josiah Hovey. Thomas Hovey. Samuel Howard. Simon Howard. Abraham Hurley. William Hurley. Peter Jackson. Job Jennens. Phinehas Jennison. Abel Johnson. Abijah Johnson. Jesse Johnson. Jonas Johnson. Lawrence Johnson. Philip Johnson. Wicom Johnson. James Jones. John Kidder. Henry King. Peter Landman. Joseph Larkin. Jonathan Lawrence. James Learned. William Learned. Jack Leaven worth. Robert Leonard. Job Littlefield. Jonathan Locke. Thomas Long. Richard Loring. Thomas Mason. Edmund Masters. Robert McCleary. Arthur
urphy, States Attorney; Dr. P. J. McGary, Samuel Alburtis, editor of the Republican, &c. The enemy is in considerable force at Paw Paw, in the county of Morgan, and also further up the river in Hampshire. Col. Ed. McDonald, of the latter county, who arrived here to-day, estimates their numbers at ten thousand, under the command of Gen. Lander, (since dead.) This column of attack, has not the advantage of the McAdamized roads which the two others have, and is slower in its progress. General Jackson with his gallant army to here, and presents the only obstacle to the entire occupation of this productive and Parfamed Valley. We are daily expecting reinforcements. Notwithstanding the powerful force now converging upon us, it is the unanimous wish of Jackson's army to meet them and try with them the chances of battle; whether they will be indulged in this patriotic desire, rests with the commanding General, and must depend upon events not yet ascertained. The combined forces of